A bit of advance warning for this one, so you can plan ahead.
Four installations/exhibitions to commemorate the ending of WWI 100 years ago this month.
If you ever have a burning need to know the depth of the Thames at Westminster, here’s how to find out.
Visit Wesley’s mother, and 120,000 of her closest neighbours.
Try your hand at miniature golf in a shady corner of Battersea Park.
Go on a walking tour of some of the capital’s best loos and learn some lavatorial history along the way.
Not such a cheery one this, but very worthwhile. Visit a memorial to people who died in acts of heroic self-sacrifice.
What better way to spend a sunny afternoon than sitting on a deck chair in one of London’s greatest parks?
When you’ve run the gauntlet of the perpetual crowds thronging the base of the London Eye, somewhere between the carousel … More
There are treasures to be found beneath the murky waters of our wonderful river. For centuries the Thames was a … More
Sit on a work of art in a wonderful park.
You’ll have to be quick with this one: a photo exhibition in the City of London, but it’s only there until 28 May.
Life and death, beauty and decay, nature and city, all held in perfect tension.
Find a friend or two with a youthful spirit for a bargain-priced ride back in time.
Tea, cake, and a Routemaster bus. What could be better for a quirky treat?
A better roof garden than the famous one, with fewer queues.
Get up close and personal with the real story of Easter (no bunnies in sight!).
A lovely countryside walk…well within the bounds of the city
One for the truly geeky transport fans.
A passionate and inspiring glimpse into lives and events that changed the world and shaped our lives.